Found in 311 Collections and/or Records:
On a waste leaf at the beginning are 'This book is an abstract of the large' and 'pd 10s for it'. See also MS Dd.03.83, no. 10.
Abstracts of five sermons: by Dr Day, on 1 Cor. xii. 12, 13; by Mr Sinewes, on Ps. i. 6; by an unidentified preacher, on Ps. ii. 2; by Dr Hill, on Matt. xx. 22; and by 'My lord archbyshop', on Rev. iii. 7 (this last unfinished).
Account of the conversion to Roman Catholicism of the duchy of Chablais and country adjoining Geneva, Seventeenth century
Begins 'It is but ignorance if any man finde it ...'.
An essay of God's goodnes and justis with respects to mankind in oposetion to the doctrine of the super- and sub-lapsarians', by 'L. D. M.' The title is repeated on the second folio with the substitution of 'predestination' for 'super- and sublapsarians'.
A booke or epistle of Sct. Aur. Augustine, bishop of Hippo, against an epistle of Petilian, bishop of Constatntine, concerning the unity of the Church: translated into English', beginning 'Augustine bishop to the brethren belonginge to the charge of our ministerie ...'; the manuscript was apparently written out for the press.
An abstract of the contents of the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha.
Book of Psalms in shorthand, with a note at the front identifying the owner as John Chantlor.
Minute book, written in various hands, 199 folios. Attached to a flyleaf at the beginning is a letter from S.R. Smith to A.F. Scholfield, University Librarian, 10 October 1934.
Begins 'Prolegomena in decem præcepta. Cum decalogi a Deo facta promulgatio ...'. After ff. 352 and 365 are tables of kindred and affinity, in Latin and German.
Consists of slips numbered 1-44 and pasted into the volume, 36 folios. The slips are preceded by a letter from Tilley to the Librarian, A.F. Scholfield, 19 April 1933.
Catalogue of the nobility of England and collection of miscellaneous documents of the sixteenth century, Late sixteenth century
Short minutes of the charge brought against Watson bishop of St Davids'. Many leaves at the beginning have been cut out. At the end is a list of books lent by the possessor of the manuscript to various persons, including Richard Bentley.
'Collectanea ex libris Origenis, Adamantii, Athanasii et Epiphanii, una cum locis communibus ex iisdem authoribus collectis'. It is in three parts, each part regularly paged and furnished with an index, and there is also an 'Index locorum communium' to the whole. From a dedicatory epistle it appears that the compilation was made at Lambeth by Peter Alexander, for the use of archbishop Cranmer.
Encheiridion ex sanctissimorum probatissimorumque virorum ac Catholicorum patrum scriptis et sententiis collectum et scriptum, anno 1581'.
Prayers, meditations, and ejaculations, and of the sacraments'; begins 'A morning prayer for grace. O most gracious God from whome …'. With a table of contents.
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